Mount William Blanc de Blancs LD 1998
Murray and Adrienne Cousins’ purchase in 1985 of a 220 hectare property situated between Lancefield and Kilmore on the Great Dividing Range saw the humble beginnings of Mt William winery. Situated on the northeast slopes of Mt William at an altitude of 605 metres the original plantings continue to provide fruit for both still and sparkling wines of award winning distinction.
Disgorged August '08, and needed no dosage; quite remarkably fresh, fine and elegant, the palate with great line and length; a special Australian sparkling. Diam. 12% alc. Rating 97 Points; Drink 2014 $70 Date Tasted Dec 09 James Halliday Wine Companion
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Disgorged August 2008, after 10 years on lees. Still maintaining a freshness and colour which belies the age. The fruit character was found to be so elegent on disgorging, that no dosage was required. Very delicate with a light bready yeastness. Extremely fine beading eminating from the centre of the flute. Soft, though developed on first taste, with refined lingering flavour on the palate.
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